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[audio]Excitement '96 - Upstairs - Excitement '96
Jay & Grey
Keywords: Electronic lo-fi
Downloads: 175
[audio]don't - d-vlp
a breakbeat hip hop reggae song, for those nice summer after noons , sippin some juice and boppin da head
Keywords: Electronic lo-fi
Downloads: 298 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio][rea016] Holden - tovisitholdenland - Holden
Experimental minimal music from Russian producer Holden.
Keywords: Electronic lo-fi
Downloads: 804
[audio]A World To Enjoy EP - Full-Source
This release is a remix ep of 'A World To Enjoy' by Full-Source. It originally came out in 2003 as a free mp3 release. It contains the original mix, 3 variations, and 4 remixes by other artists. An alternate mix is featured as a bonus track on the 2004 Full-Source album, 'The Nothing'.
Keywords: Electronic lo-fi
Downloads: 1,349
[audio]Console Enemy - Virtual Friend [LLR017] - Jeff Zens
This is the score to the nightmares of people who still have callouses on their thumbs from NES controllers. Chopped beats bludgeon fuzzy square wave drones, turning them into melodies before completely disintegrating them. Feedback squeals weave and seperate into beats, arrange into notes, twist and disappear into static. Music for distorting your happy childhood memories.
Keywords: Game Boy; Broken Beats; Cheap Electronics; Experimental; Electronic lo-fi
Downloads: 2,690 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Cocolulu - 8-Bit Love [qd-4244] - Mark Redito
Cocolulu is geeky synthpop at its best. And 8-Bit Love combines a 20-something's view on life in post-Eraserheads Manila, and is filled with bright lyrics and squeaky synths. Strangely enough, the music sounds like it was lifted from a whole lot of 80s synthpop groups, which either tells you that the synth is back, or, even the youth of today are caught in a timewarp. Included in the release is a remix by Acid42 for "Panda Extravaganza".
Keywords: synthpop, nerdcore, 80s, new wave, geeky, nerdy, electronica, electronic, lo-fi, shoegazer
Downloads: 9,758
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